Smut’s still in demand, but now it’s free on the internet

Mo Farrah after missing out on a gold medal
				 Picture: Adam Davy

VERITY LUSH: Leave me to browse the make-up counter in peace

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How devastatingly sad to report the death of the Daily and Sunday Sport. Owner SMG has ceased trading and is now in the hands of an administrator.

Some now wish the Sports to be followed by the Murdoch rag that started degrading women by picturing them with bare breasts on page 3.

Circulation of the two Sport papers had fallen from 570,000 in 1989 to a mere 70,000. Lads’ mags are also finding their top shelf life dwindling.

Smut no longer sells? It’s nothing of the sort.

The reality is that it is bawdier and more explicit on the internet – plus it is free.

The naked truth is this. Who wants static poses that have their origins at the old Windmill Theatre when you can ogle the full monty in glorious technicolour?